Google Yanks Adamu Garba’s ‘Crowwe’ App From Playstore
Crowwe, a social network app owned by Nigerian politician Adamu Garba, has been removed from Google Play.
The Crowwe app, which is billed as an instant messaging and financial transaction app with a digital wallet that allows users to send and receive money while chatting, has gotten poor ratings, leading to conjecture that this was the cause of the bad feedback.
Twitter users chastised the app for a variety of reasons, including its privacy policies. Crowwe’s Terms and Conditions, for example, were revealed to be taken from another app, Spotify, by reviewers. Dubawa, a fact-checking tool, confirmed that the discovery was correct.
“Check the Crowwe app’s terms and conditions. It’s the SAME thing as Spotify. They didn’t even bother editing. Like if you click on the hyperlink it redirects you to Spotify theft. What sort of pangolo app is that?” A critic alleged on social media.